Last Thursday, I was invited by the FoodTalk Show's team to talk about Elysia! It was a very exciting experience.
Paul and Sue run the radio show since the beginning of the year. They want to publicise and highlight the work of food tech and artisan food makers in the UK. Particularly to show growing trends in the food sector such as rescued food!
The atmosphere in the radio studio was very relaxed. I met with Andrew Tickle who launched Aronia Berries UK. He makes a fabulous and super tasty juice from Aronia, a fruit usually native to America. Andrew is the first grower in England with an aronia berry plantation!
It was then my turn to discuss the rescued artisan products. Paul and Sue tasted some of the products such as the crispbread of EasyBean or the hummus of ChicP. Let's hear what they have to say on this podcast :)
It was a first to be on air and talk about food waste - thanks a lot to the team for making it happen!
About Sue and Paul
The FoodTalk Radio Show has been founded by Sue Nelson, CEO of Breakthrough Funding and Paul Andrews, CEO of Jobs in Kent.
Sue is obsessed by great food and its provenance and has been a food writer for Cheshire Life and Lancashire Life. As a passionate Tech London Advocate, she wants to make sure the whole world knows how great us Brits are at innovation and technology.
Paul has 9 businesses! He is passionate about SME businesses and the business community. He decided to found the Channel Radio to showcase these small businesses and give entrepreneurs the profile and ‘airtime’ they deserve.
Sue & Paul are truly interested in small businesses and want make sure to support them!